Rule 5 Draft
Rockies lose Russell Wilson to Rangers in Rule 5 Draft
Rockies Assistant GM Bill Geivett talks with Jon Morosi about the type of baseball player Russell Wilson is. Could the Seahawks QB be the next Bo Jackson?
Hail Mary picks: Manziel not first QB drafted in MLB
He wasn't quite done with baseball yet, though. In December 2013, he was acquired by the Texas Rangers in the Rule 5 draft . A few weeks after winning the Super Bowl, Wilson attended Rangers spring training and participated in infield drills
Inciarte getting a look at leadoff
122 walks in 2011-13 while making stops at South Bend, Visalia and Mobile. Philadelphia selected Inciarte in the Rule 5 draft following the 2012 season, but the Phillies ran out of roster space after signing Delmon Young and returned Inciarte
Russell Wilson: I still think I can play baseball
Russell Wilson talks baseball on the set of FOX Football Daily a few weeks before being selected by the Texas Rangers in MLB's Rule 5 draft .
Rangers pick up Russell Wilson
The Rangers picked up Russell Wilson from the Colorado Rockies in the Rule 5 Draft . Rangers Director of Scouting Josh Boyd discusses the pickup with Jon Morosi.
Contract stalemate doesn't slow Masterson, Indians
Charlie Culberson, Ryan Wheeler and Paul Janish are competing for reserve infield roles. And reliever Tommy Kahnle, a Rule 5 draft selection who hasn't pitched above Double-A, continued his impressive spring with a perfect fifth inning
walks as the Diamondbacks fell to 1-7, the worst start in franchise history. Kahnle (1-0), selected in the 2013 Rule 5 draft from the New York Yankees, pitched 1 2-3 innings of one-hit ball in relief of starter Jorge De La Rosa, who struggled
Russell Wilson: 'Why can't I be the best QB to ever play?'
He spent some time with the Rangers during spring training, after the organization used a draft pick on him in the Rule 5 Draft back in December. But don't worry. He's focused on the pigskin. Wilson says he's in the middle of a "championship
Feliz struggles, Soria sharp, Rangers fall to White Sox
Jurickson Profar and Brent Lillibridge combined to go 8 for 8 with four RBIs in the first two innings. Adrian Nieto, a Rule 5 draft pick, and Jared Mitchell delivered two-run singles in Chicago's five-run ninth off three relievers. STARTING
Lewis goes 5 shutout innings, Rangers top Mariners
infielder Donnie Murphy from the Chicago Cubs and right-handed pitcher Seth Rosin from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Rosin, a Rule 5 draft pick, has never pitched in the majors. TRAINER'S ROOM Mariners: Corey Hart (right forearm stiffness) has not